Cross County Community Foundation


An EF3 tornado touched down in Wynne on March 31, 2023 leaving severe damage in its wake and hundreds of homes, families and businesses affected. Cross County was declared a disaster area by the federal government.

Cross County Community Foundation accepted grant applications for organizations doing long-term recovery in Wynne. Grants were be selected by a committee of local leaders who live and work in the affected communities, in partnership with the local long-term disaster recovery committees and representatives of Arkansas Community Foundation.

Click here for a full list of tornado recovery grantees. 

Cross County Community Foundation is an affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation. With an active, involved board of local leaders, we are working to establish endowment funds, build assets and award grants to help meet community needs. 

To DONATE to any Cross County fund, follow this link to view a complete list of our Cross County funds and endowments.

Local Giving Tree Grants Support Nonprofits Working in and for Cross County

The most recent Cross County Giving Tree grants include:

363 Feed the Need
Arkansas Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries
Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry
Cherry Fest
Cherry Valley Food Pantry
First United Methodist Church of Wynne, AR
Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas
Miss Polly's Day Care Center
Second Chance
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Cross County
Women's Progressive Club, Inc.
Wynne High School
Wynne Presbyterian Church

Board Members

Darlene Andrews

Jeremy Bailey

Stacy Cooper

Kevin Duke

Justin Futrell

Vince Guest

Kay King

Cassandra Maggitt

Judi McGuire

Stacie Schlenker


Joy Shepherd

Maddison Stone